About optimization — Koufax Product Documentation To Optimize PDFs: Create a version for testing. Export the output to Microsoft Word or Acrobat. In Microsoft Word or Acrobat, select the Optimize-PDF.ps1 file, then open the Optimize PDF page in Word or Acrobat. Select Copy Properties... from the Optimize-PDF page. Click to add or delete the properties of the PDFs that are using the settings that you want to try to optimize. Click OK, then Close the Optimize-PDF page. Repeat this process on a number of pages of the document to test various properties. How to Optimize PDFs — Advanced How to Optimize PDFs — Wavelet You can use the Wavelet page layout for optimized PDFs. You can save changes to the document as a .PSD file, or save an editable version to edit with the Adobe Illustrator software. For more information, refer to Wavelet. The Acoustic and Language Model Optimizer Scheduler is not available in Wavelet, but you can adjust the file size if needed. How To Optimize PDFs — Wavelet Go to Tools → Optimize PDF, alter properties, then save as a .PSD file, if necessary. In Acrobat and Microsoft Word, the Optimize PDF page in the Document Properties dialog window allows you to adjust the size, margins and scaling. How to Optimize PDFs — Wavelet About reducing file size in Acrobat: You can use the Acoustic and Language Model Optimizer Scheduler to make the file small so that it will fit on a hard disk or a portable media, or, you can use Wavelet and convert to text using Adobe Illustrator. In Microsoft Word or Acrobat, select the Optimize PDF page, then export to a .PSD file. Click to add or delete the properties of the PDFs that you are using the settings that you want to try to reduce the size. Click OK, then Close the Optimize PDF page. About optimizing a PDF — Koufax Product Documentation To optimize a PDF, you can create a copy of the file with changed properties that are more suitable for particular purposes. This approach gives you the ability About optimizing a PDF — Koufax Product Documentation To optimize a PDF, you can create a version for testing. Export the output to Microsoft Word or Acrobat.